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The company began as Old Dutch Products Co. in 1934. They originated in St. Paul, Minnesota, but moved to Minneapolis in 1937. In 1968, they moved again, this time to Roseville, Minnesota, where they remain today.

Old Dutch opened a plant in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in 1954 to manufacture chips for the Canadian market. The head office for Canadian operations remains in Winnipeg.

Old Dutch acquired Humpty Dumpty snack Foods, Inc in 2006. Today Old Dutch runs 6 chips factories, 4 in Canada and 2 in the United States (Minnesota). Plants in Prince Edward Island and Quebec were closed in 2008 and 2013 respectively.

Brands include Dutch Crunch, Ariba and Humpty Dumpty.
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Processed Potato Market Size Outlook (USD Billion)
June 09, 2024

Global Processed Potatoes Market to grow over 5 percent annually according to Technavio report

The processed potatoes market size is forecast to increase by USD 45 billion at a CAGR of 5.34% between 2024 and 2028. Market expansion is contingent on several factors, such as an increasing emphasis on expanding production capacities for potato processing.
Shearer's sells Barrel O' Fun brand to Old Dutch affiliate
June 07, 2018

Shearer's sells Barrel O' Fun brand to Old Dutch affiliate

Shearer's Snacks has sold the Barrel O' Fun and Rachel's brands to UR Brands — an affiliate of Old Dutch Foods.
FAM Centris centrifugal slicing technology for potato chips delivers on promises
March 08, 2018

FAM Centris centrifugal slicing technology for potato chips delivers on promises

Cutting specialist FAM will showcase its latest slicing technology for potato chips on the innovation stage at Snaxpo (Wednesday March 14th at 11am), during the Snaxpo in Atlanta in booth 327 and at the Anuga FoodTec in Germany in Hall 10.1, booth E060.
Red-skinned potato varieties lead selections by breeders
April 11, 2017

Red-skinned potato varieties lead selections by breeders

Red-skinned potatoes are sure to be on the minds and menus of many after remarkable results shown by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s selections this year.